Reading Football Club face High Court moves by Orange Personal Communications Services in a row over a transceiver station in Reading. Orange has issued a High Court writ in London, through Bristol-based firm Bevan Ashford, against the football club, along with Barratt Thames Valley and Barratt Homes, seeking an injunction to prevent them from dismantling or tampering with the transceiver station at Elm Park, Reading.
Mike Yuille reports on how Government reforms may leave the City with the lion’s share of lucrative PFI-related work. City pages edited by Richard Tyler. Big City law firms are set to squeeze out the smaller players in the government’s review of project finance initiatives (PFIs). The PFI, devised by the Thatcher government to bring […]